Category Archives: Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA)

Paradigms, Best Practices and Architecture

On this last day of VirtaThon 2011, I wanted to take this opportunity and thank ALL the organizers & attendees for making VirtaThon 2011 a resounding success! Credit goes to all the Speakers for their incredible efforts and AWESOME sessions. … Continue reading

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July 16-21 | 100% FREE Registration: Limited Seats: Sign-up NOW!   Attend4Free! 100% Virtual – No Travel Required!   6 Days of Expert+ Sessions: View entire conference schedule here.   Featured Speakers   Mike Ault – Oracle ACE, Speaker, Blogger, … Continue reading

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BrainSurface The Collaborative ConnectSpace for Oracle, Java & MySQL Professionals proudly presents the 1st-stop in the VirtaThon Road Tour program; a 1-day Oracle-Centric Conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on 07/07/201. Join the experts and Learn4FREE for a … Continue reading

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Here is a sneak preview of my upcoming Articles/Documents/Insights that i am currently working on and are in various stages of completion: – Cloud Computing with Oracle – Comprehensive Concepts Overview, Best Practices, Recommendations and a whole lot more – … Continue reading

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- Is there a command-line utility that we can use to find out and display the Oracle RAC Cluster Name? – What are the OS level pre-requisities for running such a command? – Is there an alternative method to find … Continue reading

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Here are a few common CRSCTL Commands used in everyday Oracle RAC life for CRS Healthcheck purposes. Thought i’d share them with everyone:     C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\crs\bin>crsctl check crs CSS appears healthy CRS appears healthy EVM appears healthy

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Using CRSCTL to stop the Oracle CRS stack is taking a long time:   C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\crs\BIN>crsctl stop crs Stopping resources. This could take several minutes. Resource or relatives are currently involved in another operation. Retrying stop resources. Resource or relatives are currently … Continue reading

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During CRS Install, Oracle Cluster Configuration Assistant fails with following error. Subsequently the ONS Configuration Assistant and the VIPA Configration Assistant also fail:   Output generated from configuration assistant “Oracle Clusterware Configuration Assistant”:Command = C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd /c call C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\ crs/install/crssetup.config.bat clscfC: … Continue reading

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